As we head into the second half of the season, the debate over whether or not these 2012 New York Mets are “for real.” The over achieving squad just lost starting pitcher Dillon Gee for at least 8 weeks, and the team has just over two weeks to decide if they will be buyers or sellers at the trade deadline...
The ESPYs may not be must watch television, but its always enjoyable watching the emcee, usually a comedian, drop some low blows on big time athletes during the opening monologue. Last night, host Rob Riggle did not disappoint.
Every once in a while, somebody from the on-air staff on "The Team" is highly critiqued for their wardrobe selections. And lately, more often than not, the target of that criticism has been "Game On" host Bruce Jacobs. So why should today be any different at all?
Earlier today, 104.5 The Team obtained the unofficial memo that was sent out to Adam Jones and his camp prior to his first All Star Weekend appearance. We have X'd out the name of the author for legal reasons. Below is the memo, in its entirety.*
Kevin Youkilis was one of the key pieces in the Boston Red Sox 2004 and 2007 World Series Championships. He is a three time all-star and a gold glove award winning first baseman. Brent Lillibridge is a platooning outfielder with a .215 career batting average. If you were a betting man, which player’s departure in yesterday’s trade would you guess made this little kid cry?
Sources from Hollywood have reported that Casey Afflect (the Eli Manning of Afflects) has been signed to direct a big money biopic about Josh Hamilton. The movie will reportedly (and obviously) chronicle Hamilton’s struggles with drug and alcohol and his rise to the top of the Big Leagues. Of course, a film like this is going to need a name epic enough to truly embody the spirit of this story. Let’s brainstorm shall we…
There is a popular misconception in this great nation of ours that if you put Mike Tyson in something, it becomes funny. Just ask the writers of The Hangover 3 (Is that Mike Tyson?... In a dress?!?!). However, when Jimmy Kimmel had Tyson on his program to sing an ode to LeBron, it was comedic gold.
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